QPR’s latest summer transfer plans revealed after Premier League deal closes
QPR still want to sign at least three other players in the summer transfer window, having completed the signing of Burnley defender Jimmy Dunne, a report from West London Sport has revealed.
Dunne completed his transfer to QPR on a three-year contract on Tuesday, becoming QPR’s seventh senior signing of the summer transfer window.
Last season’s lenders Charlie Austin, Jordy De Wijs and Sam Field, as well as Andre Dozzell and Jordan Archer have all already joined the club on a permanent basis, while Sam McCallum has made a loan transfer from Norwich.
Now, however, it looks like QPR is far from over in the transfer market this summer.
According to this latest update, the club still want to add at least three new players to their squad before the start of the season.
Midfielder Stefan Johansen remains a target after impressing on loan from Fulham in the second half of last season.
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With Todd Kane set to leave the club this summer, a new right-back is also reportedly on the agenda, with Moses Odubajo on trial in the post.
Elsewhere, the club are also reportedly keen to add another attacking player to their ranks as they look to build on a ninth place finish in the league table last season.
I think this will be an exciting update for those with a QPR persuasion.
Fans always love to see transfer deals done, and after a promising summer so far, a few more offers will no doubt only add to that excitement.
Indeed, with Johansen having been so impressive on loan at QPR last season, this particular deal would certainly be popular if they had to.
With that in mind, it looks like these things are preparing well for QPR to move from that strong end to the previous campaign, and potentially push for a play-off spot next season.